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Nov 2, 2013 6:00pm EDT
much it will cost after tax. and then mick andreas closes with the line, 'well, you know, basically, it's cheaper to pay the fine than to disappoint the politicians.' and when you look at that in the context of what's going on, here's a company that is--in just one product line, in lysene, is literally stealing tens of millions of dollars a year from all of us. and then the money is being recirculated back into the political system, back into--back into the media with sponsorship of programs. now i am not saying that--you know, that politicians and--and the media have to do, you know, background checks on everybody who provides money, but ultimately it does make--certainly makes me very uncomfortable and people who have read the book and talked to me about it very uncomfortable that, you know, when the doors are closed and people think no one is listening, that these corporate--you know, these corporate types who, when they're in public, talk about first amendment and--and, you know, supporting--expressing their political views, that when the door is closed, really, what they're talking
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